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Average User Score: 7.0Nov 21, 2016I've owned every single Civ game and this is by far the best. Beyond Earth was a disappointing experiment in my opinion and it goes to proveI've owned every single Civ game and this is by far the best. Beyond Earth was a disappointing experiment in my opinion and it goes to prove the old adage, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Civ 6 goes back to the roots of Civ 5 and doesn't attempt to fix it, but improves on it in many different ways. OK its not the finished product and there is stuff I'm not totally sold on yet, but 2 marathon games completed and I can tell you it's addictive as ever and 90% of the new stuff hits the spot, the gameplay is second to none. I actually like the graphics too and they fit the style of game quite well, the music is the best ever in a Civ game - I don't think you'll find many dispute that.
The AI is still garbage though which is a shame - I haven't really tried out too much of the diplomacy mainly because it seems much harder to create friendships with any of the other civs in the game. And how the AI attacks you is just laughable.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.5Oct 7, 2011This game might be living in the last decade, but it has character and a great sense of humour that makes it unique, enjoyable and worthThis game might be living in the last decade, but it has character and a great sense of humour that makes it unique, enjoyable and worth playing.
I think this is the first game EVER to of actually made me laugh out loud several times throughout the game. It features strippers, swearing, toilet humour and is generally rude, crude and very vulgar, if your in any way offended at all by these or are a bit of prude, then do not play this game, you will not like it! The game actually starts you off in a boss fight, so straight into action, but for the next few levels afterwards the game slows down to a snails pace and relys too heavily on dukes character, one liners and actions for me. Its not until you get a few chapters into the game before the real gameplay starts to hit home. The game also has quite a few half life 2 inspired puzzles scattered around, ok so they dont fit into the incredibly (intentionally) stupid plot but they do well to break up the levels which can feel slightly repetitive. As the game progresses even further, more weapons, enemies and game mechanics are thrown into the mix and the game fares much better as a result. We all know there are a few issues with the game, the graphics are outdated, the textures are outdated, the gameplay is outdated, in fact the whole technology this game is based on.. is outdated. Outdated doesnt mean bad though, some people think, if the game doesnt have A, B or C then its not worth playing.. as duke would say... "My balls, your face"... I think on the whole, this game has been very harshly reviewed by critics and users alike... If I compare it to Wolfenstein which has got a much higher review score, Wolfenstein has more weapons, lengthier campaign, not totally linear, more features and probably better mulitplayer.. which game would I rather play - Duke Nukem, every single time - its way more enjoyable to play.
The only one real bugbear I can really throw at this game and one that does negatively affect the game is the long loading screens, they generally last about 30 seconds but they occur going into each new level, and more painfully, everytime you die, which make tricky areas a chore. Thankfully the game isnt too hard, even on the hard setting, there were only two areas which took a while to complete for me.
At the start of the game I was a bit worried the game wouldnt do the Duke name proud, at the end of the game I thought the game could of done with a bit more polish.. but I really enjoyed it and glad the king is back! More please!!… Expand